Nandalala Mission Invites you to
A monthly program to provide a forum for our
talented youth to perform before a live audience
On: Sunday, April, 5th, 2009 at 2:00pm
At: 737 Sequoia Drive Sunnyvale, CA – 94086
Shishir Neelakant – Vocal
Nikhil Joshi – Tabla
Medha Korwar – Harmoniun
Shishir Neelakant, an eighth grader at Lawson Middle School, has been learning Hindustani Classical Vocal music from Sri. Nachiketa Sharma for the last 6 years, and he is learning harmonium from Sri. Vivek Datar for the last 3 years.
Nikhil Joshi a senior at Lynbrook High, started to learn tabla in India at an age of 9 years from Sri. Rajendra Nakod, he later moved to the US and learnt from Sri. Abhinay Padhye and now is under the tutelage of Sri. Ravi Gutala. He has accompanied several noted artists in concerts.
Medha Korwar, a 7th grader at Miller Middle School, has been learning Hindustani Classical Vocal music from Sri. Nachiketa Sharma for the last 6 years, and she is learning harmonium from Sri. Vivek Datar for the last 3 years. Medha and Shishir have been in the same class for the last 6 years.
For more details please visit: www.nandalala.com. Please attend the concert to support Nandalala Mission and to encourage our youth musicians.
We appreciate hearing from you regarding your attendance of this concert, so we can plan for refreshments.
Best Regards, and see you at the concert!
Many of you have asked us how you can help Nandalala Mission, and the concert series in particular. Your tax deductible donations help us host these kinds of programs, as well as our other community services.
We would also like to suggest another easy, unique way you can support Nandalala Mission – Please donate a Safeway gift card (no amount is too small!) – this will be used to support our “Balakrishna Project” – supplying a family homeless shelter in Fremont with much needed milk (YES!) and butter. We can provide you the tax-deductible receipt for this as well.
Concert followed by: Performances of students of music interested in performing before a live audience. One piece per child.
This is being organized by Nandalala Mission to provide a forum for youth to perform before a live audience.
Performances will be given by youth trained in any form of music or dance. Each performance will be for one hour. A participant may perform for one hour or two participants may perform for 30minutes each.
Interested music / dance schools / teachers may contact Nandalala Mission at the number given below. Concerts will generally be once a month, on a Sunday afternoon.
Performers will be awarded a token of appreciation by Nandalala Mission.
RSVP: firstname.lastname@example.org or 408-720-8437.